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On Monday 18 November, Year 13 Film Studies students enjoyed a trip to the ‘Into Film’ festival in Coventry. This is a free, annual, nationwide celebration of film and education for 5-19 year olds. Students saw an exclusive screening of Rocketman, the musical biopic of Elton John’s colourful life, and went on location filming at the ice rink.
Head Girl Katie said, “The Into Film festival was great. A fantastic opportunity to see a film together. The film was also great and an innovative genre piece.”
During the first two weeks in December we will be running a ‘Progression Fortnight’ for current Year 11 students. As part of this event, students who are considering which subjects they’d like to study post-16 are invited to attend taster lessons after school to give them a better idea of what’s in store and help them with their decisions. (more…)
We are running a new Mindfulness Club in the Drama Studio at 3.30pm every Monday. Come along and experience a new way to sense the world around you, learn to develop curiosity, kindness and appreciation. The club is for all students and staff.
Students from one of our new sixth form courses – the BTEC in Digital Games Production – visited Unit 2 Games in Leamington on Tuesday 5 November.
The students were given an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of the studio, they heard talks from different departments in the company, took part in a Q&A session and were given career tips and tricks as well as freebies such as mouse mats and mugs. Unit 2 Games is a thriving local gaming company who are working on an exciting project called ‘Crayta’: a new collaborative game development platform. (more…)
Our sixth form netballers competed in a tournament at Southam College this week. They beat the Kenilworth team and the Princethorpe B team but lost to the Southam team and the Princethorpe A team, finishing third overall.
Ten of our Year 12 artists spent the day in Birmingham on Thursday 12 September and made lots of first-hand drawings of the city. They are exploring the theme ‘Urban’ for their first project and we look forward to seeing the work that emerges from this experience.
Head of Art, Mr Meredith said: “Drawing outside promoted lots of public interest which can make tasks very daunting. Our students did brilliantly under great scrutiny and pressure. Well done.”
Well done to everyone involved in our Sixth Form Freshers’ Week, especially the Fundraising Sub-Committee who have organised a packed week of events including a quiz, a blind date event, a football match and an ‘I’m a Celebrity’-style eating challenge. The events have helped the students to bond and get to know each other better, whilst raising money towards their end of year Leavers’ Ball. (more…)
On Wednesday 17 July our Sixth Form held a charity sports day in aid of Young People First. Student and staff teams competed in a 3-legged race, egg and spoon race, wheelbarrow race and relay. They sold refreshments and raised over £200. (more…)
On Thursday 11 July we had a visit from Mandip Englund (nee Sansoy) who was Head Girl at Myton between 1997-98 and is now a Partner in Reed Smith, one of the largest law firms in the City of London. (more…)